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Digital Representation
Thursday, 16 August
4:15 - 6 pm
Room 408


Session Chair
Maureen Nappi
New York University


Enhanced Reality: A New Frontier for Computer Entertainment
Richard Marks
Sony Computer Entertainment America
919 East Hillsdale Boulevard, 2nd Floor
Foster City, California 94404 USA
richard_marks@playstation.sony.com

A new form of computer entertainment that enables movie-like special effects in real time in your own home.


ComicDiary: Representing Individual Experiences in Comics Style
Ryuuki Sakamoto
ATR Media Integration & Communications Research Laboratories/
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
2/2/02 Hikaridai, Seika-cho
Soraku-gun Kyoto 619-0288 JAPAN
skmt@jaist.ac.jp

A system that automatically creates a personal diary in comic style by using the user's touring records at an exhibition and environmental events.


Life-Sized Projector-Based Dioramas: Spatially Real and Visually Virtual
Kok-Lim Low
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Department of Computer Science
Campus Box 3175, Sitterson Hall
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3175 USA
lowk@cs.unc.edu

A framework to re-create a real place by using projectors and display surfaces that closely approximate the geometry of the scene. The result is a spatially very realistic virtual environment.


Sketching Space: Virtual to Real

Bill Brody

University of Alaska Fairbanks
910 Yukon Drive, Suite 108
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775 USA
brody@arsc.edu

Sketches in virtual reality are converted to tangible objects by drawing in space and translating the energy employed in drawing into a cleanly tessellated surface for rapid prototyping.


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